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Jul
8
Wed
Redsee’s Toddler Rhyme Time (2-4yrs) | Parramatta Library@ Parramatta Library
Jul 8 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Redsee's Toddler Rhyme Time (2-4yrs) | Parramatta Library @ Parramatta Library | Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Redsee’s Toddler Rhyme Time is a movement based session that encourages literacy through action based songs, rhymes and stories.

Jul
9
Thu
Baby Rhyme Time (0-12months) | Merrylands Library@ Merrylands Library
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 10:15 am
Baby Rhyme Time (0-12months) | Merrylands Library @ Merrylands Library | Merrylands | New South Wales | Australia

Reading is important for every child and it’s never too early to start. Bring your baby to the Cumberland Council’s Baby Rhyme Time for songs, rhymes, reading and fun. Each session runs for 15 minutes.

Baby Rhyme Time – Cumberland Council Locations & Times for 2019

  • Auburn Library  – Tuesday at 10:00am
  • Greystanes Library – Monday at 10:00am
  • Lidcombe Library – Tuesday at 10:00am
  • Merrylands Library – Monday and Thursday at 10:00am
  • Regents Park Library – Friday at 10:00am
  • Wentworthville Library – Wednesday and Friday at 10:00am

There are no Baby Rhyme Time sessions during Public and School Holidays.

Redsee’s Bibs ‘n’ Books (rhyme time for under 2s) | Parramatta Library@ Parramatta Library
Jul 9 @ 10:00 am – 10:30 am
Redsee's Bibs 'n' Books (rhyme time for under 2s) | Parramatta Library @ Parramatta Library | Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

A fun and exciting session to develop early literacy skills through rhymes, fingerplays and stories. Share and bond over a story with your baby and learn new literacy skills to improve brain development.

Redsee’s Toddler Rhyme Time (2-4yrs) | Parramatta Library@ Parramatta Library
Jul 9 @ 11:30 am – 12:00 pm
Redsee's Toddler Rhyme Time (2-4yrs) | Parramatta Library @ Parramatta Library | Parramatta | New South Wales | Australia

Redsee’s Toddler Rhyme Time is a movement based session that encourages literacy through action based songs, rhymes and stories.